Mere Dad Ki Maruti 5th Day Box Office Collections – Still Going

By Goher Iqbal Punn, Film Critic & Entertainment Analyst, Showbiz Bites

meredad-still-showbizbitesMere Dad Ki Maruti 5th day box office collections have hit the scene making the people know what the movie grossed on the 5th day after the release. The movie did 1.50 crore nett business on the 5th day. Well, the film received good reviews from the critics. The word of mouth publicity has also been supporting the movie and adding worth to the film. Since Ram Kapoor’s fan following is high among the Indian masses, the people are bound to watch the movie. And the same has been happening at the theaters. But now the movie’s business shows that the film will not last too long.

Well, these kinds of movies’ time period at the box office is normally short. They take short time but run well. The same is the case with Ram Kapoor starrer Mere Dad Ki Maruti. Total Mere Dad Ki Maruti 5 days collections are now 9.62 crore nett at the domestic box office.

Mere Dad Ki Maruti total domestic box office business is okay, we can say nice. The investors and the stakeholders of the film will surely find the sigh of relief as the film has so far made nice collections.


Mere Dad Ki Maruti 5th day box office collections, we will term them as ‘good’. Let’s wait and see how far the movie’s business goes at the BO. Come back to read Mere Dad Ki Maruti 6th day box office collections at this junction. Till then you are offered to read Ajay Devgn’s Himmatwala (2013) synopsis and preview. And you may also like to read Jolly LLB 5th day box office collections.

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